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Fitting Instructions - A complete set of fitting instruction illustrations for after market motorcycle component.
FZ6R Fairing Lower Sketch - This concept sketch created to show a client a concept for a set of after market lowers for Yamaha's FZ6R. The Concept was accepted but the design evolved during the proccess.
Zx10 Composite Hugger Master Patteren - Aftermarket Rear Wheel 'Hugger' designed to fit Kawasaki's ZX10R. Designed to give better under-body, shock and linkage protection. Here the master pattern has been edged and finished in Durabuild ready for production tools to be made.
Zx6r Composite Hugger Prototype - Aftermarket Rear Wheel 'Hugger' designed to fit Kawasaki's ZX6R. Designed to give better under-body, shock and linkage protection. Here the first GRP trim sample is being fitted to ensure the fit is correct.
Fitting Instructions Universal Fly Screen
CB600F Composite Bellypan Prototype - Aftermarket Belly Pan designed to fit Honda's CB600f. Designed to add visual weight and protect the header pipes/sump area; here the first pre-production GRP trim sample is being fitted to ensure the fit is correct.
CB1300 RAD Cover Pattern - This is a vac forming pattern being cut from polyurethane model board on a 3 axis mill. The original shape was generated in clay on the bike, scanned, and surfaced in CAD. The A-surfaces were offset to account for material thickness and shrinkage and the pattern was cut ready for the aluminium/epoxy tool to be poured.
CB1300 Rad Cover Clay - This is the clay development for a set of Radiator covers for a Honda CB1300. These cover the sides of the radiator and create a visual link with the tank. One half was modelled in clay before they were scanned using a Faro arm and surfaced in CAD.
Zx10 Composite Hugger Prototype - Aftermarket Rear Wheel 'Hugger' designed to fit Kawasaki's ZX10R. Designed to give better under-body, shock and linkage protection. Here the first GRP trim sample is being fitted to ensure the fit is correct.
Fitting Instructions GSXR Hugger
Maxwell Rendering - Although most of our work is covered by NDA agreements this is a selection of images from my portfolio.
CAD Surafecs From Scan Data - Although most of our work is covered by NDA agreements this is a selection of images from my portfolio.
FZ6R Fairing Lower Sketch
Surfaces FZ6R Lowers
Raw Scan Data - This is a screen grab of the raw scan data. The raw .stl cloud point data was sectioned and surfaced in CAD (Alias). The A-surfaces were offset to account for material thickness and shrinkage and the pattern was cut ready for the aluminium/epoxy tool to be poured.
FZ6R CLay Lowers - Clay model for a set of Vac-formed aftermarket fairing lowers. The little black and whites dots are from the white light scanning process. The scan raw .stl cloud point data was sectioned and surfaced in CAD (Alias). The A-surfaces were offset to account for material thickness and shrinkage and the pattern was cut ready for the aluminium/epoxy tool to be poured.
FZ6R CLay Lowers - Clay model for a set of Vac-formed aftermarket fairing lowers. The little black and whites dots are from the white light scanning process. The scan raw .stl cloud point data was sectioned and surfaced in CAD (Alias). The A-surfaces were offset to account for material thickness and shrinkage and the pattern was cut ready for the aluminium/epoxy tool to be poured.
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Comments (22)
  • sweet linework!

    12 years ago

  • Hello Jeff, Thanks for the feedback. It's an old sketch I found whilst looking for stuff I could post that wasn't covered by an NDA.

    12 years ago

  • Is it a Yamaha FZ (US name)?

    12 years ago

  • Yes it a 2004 Yamaha FZ6 Fazer. It was part of the sketch development for a set of aftermarket fairing lowers.

    12 years ago

  • nice feeling to this sketch, are you going to render the bike in marker? First bike Ive seen that actually looks right great job

    12 years ago

  • Hello Clark, Thanks for the feedback, greatly appreciated have a look at www.xenophya.com to see some of our other work.

    12 years ago

  • Hello Alp, The clay phase of a project culminates in us and our client making a 'stop clay' or design freeze decision. A manually produced clay model can be digitized and, by means of reverse engineering, a CAD data set be created which can subsequently be used as master for the production process. We use hire in a Photogrammetry system which creates a very accurate and dense point cloud. To achieve Class-A surfaces quality NURB's data needs to be created.

    12 years ago

  • Raw triangulated point cloud data is used as a template to re-create NURB's surfaces. We make cross sections through the data and create surfaces as close to the data as we can get it. Typically the clay is a solid volume so the B-surafces, joggels, strengething ribs mounting toweres etc. need to be worked out in the CAD. We do not destroy the clay until the project has been completed (or canceled) so we can alway refer back to the clay to see what we had originally wanted the design to do.

    12 years ago

  • Have a look here to see the next step. http://www.coroflot.com/public/individual_file.asp?individual_id=45080&portfolio_id=1762191&

    12 years ago

  • Nice! Instruction drawings are always entertaining to complete!

    12 years ago

  • nice!!!

    12 years ago

  • nice lines!

    12 years ago

  • yeah mark........ what format is that done in?

    12 years ago

  • This stuff is too much man!!!! I want to do this!!!! =)

    12 years ago

  • Hello chaps thanks for the comments. All done in Adobe Illustrator.

    12 years ago

  • nice work...let me know when you have one ofr an f4i :)

    11 years ago

  • Hi Mark beautiful illustrations, have you draw tracing photos? I like the delicate use of the stroke thickness

    10 years ago

  • Really??

    10 years ago

  • Cheers Bryan will do!!

    10 years ago

  • intreasting!

    9 years ago

  • Gorgeous visual Mark!

    9 years ago

  • wooow

    7 years ago

Mark Wells
Partner at Xenophya Design (info@xenophya.com) Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom